Keywords: contract of employment – lack of legally binding effect
of discussions as to possible pay increase
The employment tribunal found that discussions between an employer and an employee at a Christmas party regarding future pay increases did not involve the employer entering into a legally binding contractual commitment to the employee. The Court of Appeal held that the tribunal had been entitled to conclude that the words uttered were too vague and uncertain to amount to a contractual promise.
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